The Institute of Actuaries of India is all set to release the admit cards for the Actuarial Common Entrance Test or ACET 2021 today, i.e. November 26, 2021. Candidates who have applied for the test will be able to download the admit cards from the official website – actuariesindia.org. ACET 2021 will be held on December 11, 2021. This examination is applicable for those candidates who want to become student members of the institute.
Although the link for downloading the ACET admit card 2021 has not been activated yet, it is expected that the same will be available very soon. Here are the steps that one can refer to for downloading the admit cards.
Step 1- Visit the official website of the Institute of Actuaries of India – actuariesindia.org
Step 2- Under the ‘Important Announcements’ section, find the link for downloading the ACET admit Card 2021
Step 3- Enter email ID, password and click on the ‘Submit’ button
Step 4- The admit cards will be displayed
Step 5- Download and save the same for future reference.
Please note that these steps for downloading the ACET Admit Card 2021 are based on the procedure that was followed previously. They may or may not remain the same this time. Moreover, one can also log in via the candidate portal and download the admit cards.
The ACET 2021 examination will be held in a home-based online mode. There will be a mock examination on December 04, 2021, from 10 AM to 1 PM. It will be conducted to check whether the candidates possess the technical requirements. Through this mock test, they can also get accustomed to the exam software and processes. Details regarding the mock test will be available via the candidate’s login on December 02, 2021.
However, in case of queries, one can reach out to the examination department at [email protected] ACET 2021 examination will be held for a duration of 03 hours starting from 10 AM on December 11, 2021. The total marks for the home-based online exam is 100 and the candidates have to answer 70 MCQs. There will be five sections of the exam namely Mathematics, Statistics, Data Interpretation, English, and Logical Reasoning. Please note that there will be no negative marking for the incorrect answers.
Candidates must log in sharp at 10 AM on the examination day. It will be their responsibility in case they are unable to log in at the stipulated time. They are advised to use their personal laptop or desktop to appear for the examination.